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Edit Post #286264 Initial revision 10 months ago
Question Protect a chrome salt shaker
TL;DR: is there something I can coat the inside of metal salt shakers with to protect them? Or am I missing a better clue? I have two pairs of antique glass salt shakers (of significant sentimental value) with domed chromed tops, which are deeply corroded on the inside. I've been unable to fin...
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10 months ago
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over 1 year ago
Edit Post #281207 Initial revision almost 2 years ago
Answer A: Is cooking beef and coconut milk together kosher?
Before getting down into the weeds of what is and is not needed under Jewish law to make your recipe acceptable, you should talk to the attendees about what their needs and restrictions are, or if you aren't comfortable doing that, talk to the host. Someone who keeps the full dietary laws would no...
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almost 2 years ago
Edit Post #276517 Initial revision over 2 years ago
Answer A: What do you think of a monthly cooking challenge?
If you really want to limit the number of parallel challenges, maybe put up a meta thread in August, "propose the September challenge", and the one with the most upvotes gets used (subject to broad mod approval, the "Boaty McBoatface" rule.) But it might be better to allow two parallel challenges ...
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over 2 years ago
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over 2 years ago
Edit Post #276514 Initial revision over 2 years ago
Answer A: What do you think of a monthly cooking challenge?
Over on Twitter someone innocuously posted a picture of 9 small bulbs of garlic purchased by mistake and asked how to use up extra garlic. (Answers divided between "roast it", "pickle it", recipes, and "I do not understand the phrase 'too much garlic'".) Would "use an ingredient" (or the TV format...
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over 2 years ago
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add word "how"
over 2 years ago
Edit Post #276312 Initial revision over 2 years ago
Answer A: Tags - can't create, can't find relevant existing
I'm not sure what I was doing wrong, but on the third or fourth try the tags started behaving. https://cooking.codidact.com/questions/276311
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over 2 years ago
Edit Post #276311 Initial revision over 2 years ago
Question Freezing ground turkey
tl;dr: how should cheap ground turkey be frozen: raw, browned, browned with onions, or cooked into finished food? What are the safety and texture/quality implications? Supermarket-quality ground turkey, 15% fat, needs to be cooked and/or frozen soon; quantity enough that most of it is headed for t...
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over 2 years ago
Comment Post #276274 No, you must have at least one tag to post.
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over 2 years ago
Edit Post #276274 Initial revision over 2 years ago
Question Tags - can't create, can't find relevant existing
I was trying to post a question about how to process my surfeit of ground turkey before freezing it, but apparently I can't create tags on the fly, and none of the existing ones fit. Off the top of my head, missing useful tags I could have used include: - turkey - poultry - food-storage ...
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over 2 years ago
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over 2 years ago
Edit Post #275952 Initial revision over 2 years ago
Answer A: How do I make spicy food less spicy near the end of meal preparation?
Nothing you can do will go very far towards making spicy food less spicy. Don't try to cover the spiciness, instead dilute it with more of the base ingredients (e.g. add plain beans or tomatoes to overly-spicy chili) or with a plainer food (i.e. serve a spicy stew with rice or noodles.) Alternativ...
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over 2 years ago